South Korea’s striking doctors face license suspension

The protest stems from the government's ambitious medical training reforms aimed at increasing the number of doctors to combat shortages.

South Korea celebrates 10 years of K-pop megastars BTS

The group's fans -- known collectively as ARMY -- gathered outside the offices of its agency HYBE to take selfies and record TikTok videos in front of a huge mural of the stars being painted on a wall.

Earth’s New Moon

The discovery of Earth's temporary second moon has unveiled a celestial spectacle that is set to grace our skies for the next 1,500 years.

Canada’s Trudeau wants to be ‘best of friends’ with South Korea

Trudeau is on his first official visit to South Korea, where he will meet President Yoon Suk Yeol.

Netflix to invest $2.5 bn in South Korean content

South Korea has cemented its status as a global cultural powerhouse in recent years, thanks in part to the explosive success of the Oscar-winning film "Parasite" and the hit Netflix series "Squid Game".

North Korea tests yet another missile

The third launch in five days took place as joint military drills between South Korea and the US went on.

US deploys nuclear-capable bomber for Korea drills

The Pentagon has flown at least one B-52H bomber alongside South Korean aircraft in a show of force directed at Pyongyang

US deploys B-52 in joint drills with South Korea

As a show of force against North Korea, the US flew a B-52 bomber for a joint exercise with South Korea.

South Korea to test-launch ballistic missile

Later this week, South Korea plans to test-launch a new "high-power" ballistic missile named Hyunmoo-5.

South Korea to drop most indoor mask restrictions

From January 30, it will no longer be mandatory to wear facemasks in most indoor spaces, except on public transport and in medical facilities.

South Korea consider suspending buffer zone deal

South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol said Wednesday he would consider suspending a 2018 agreement that created maritime buffer zones with the North should Pyongyang "violate" Seoul's territory again.

Joe Biden has denied joint nuclear exercises with South Korea

US President Joe Biden has denied that the Pentagon is in talks with Seoul about joint nuclear exercises, raising a number of questions after his South Korean counterpart announced that such discussions were already underway.